Location: Guild Hall 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (unless otherwise noted)
Thursday, October 3rd (1p.m.- 4p.m.) and Saturday, October 5th (9.30 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
On Thursday Raelene will show techniques to be used in making this attractive and versatile wallet, as well as advice and assistance for cutting the fabric and being prepared for a successful workshop on the Saturday. Raelene will have cork at the September meeting for members taking the workshop to make their selection. You will also need to see Raelene well in advance of the October 3rd class to select cork and get advice on fabric selection. The kit will include: cork, a piece of RFID; Velcro and pattern for the wallet.The supply list will be available at the September meeting.
Brenda and Karen will lead you on an explorative journey of techniques that can add some zing to your projects, or take on a life of their own as the major element in your fibre arts piece. As this is a techniques class there’s no pressure to complete a project just come prepared to try some new ways of using cord, yarn and decorative threads and have some fun. Students will stitch or attach their samples on felt pages that can then be assembled as future reference. Brenda and Karen have been busy working on this over the summer and will have a sample book and supply list ready to share at the September meeting.Materials will be supplied. Kit fee $30.
Paper Piecing Folk Art Cardinal
Saturday November 2, 2019
This Foundation Pieced Cardinal is easily pieced and ready for embellishments and quilting. A colourful addition to any winter decor. Never paper pieced before, not to worry, there is also a simplified pattern. Fabric requirements and full supply list will be available at the September meeting.
Saturday November 16, 2019
Daniele will show us a technique for this popular quilt pattern. Additional details to follow.
General Information about our workshops:
All workshops will be from 10 am until 4 pm unless otherwise indicated.
All workshops will take place at the Guild Hall in Cumberland unless otherwise indicated.
Payment for workshops will be required at the time of registration.
Our workshops are offered on a non-profit basis. If registration in a workshop is insufficient to cover the costs, the workshop may be cancelled. A full refund will be issued if the workshop is cancelled.
Supply lists will be available as soon as the class has been confirmed and the instructor has supplied the list to the workshop committee.
Please do not wear perfume or other scented products as our classes are fragrance free in respect of those among us who have allergies.
Please turn off or set your phone to vibrate during classes.
If you are not enrolled in a workshop, please do not visit and disturb the workshop unless it has been specified that visitors are welcome and what time visitors may arrive.
How to Register:
You can register for classes in person at meetings. Usually, there is also a representative in attendance at our Thursday sewing days who will be happy to register you. Or you can print the registration form on the website and mail it to the address noted on the form.
Registration is only guaranteed once payment is made.
We will advertise workshops at monthly guild meetings and in newsletters. If the class is not filled with guild members two months after registration is opened, we will contact other guilds to see if there is any interest from their members. Proof of guild membership will be required of all individuals registering for workshops. We will only accept registrants who are not guild members if the class has not been filled one month before the workshop. The workshop fee will be the same amount for all registrants.
If you must cancel, here are some things to remember:
If you are expecting a refund, you must cancel at least 10 days prior to the class. This gives us time to check to see if there is anyone on the waiting list, contact those people to offer them your space, and wait for their decision. It takes us time to work our way through the list in order. Please keep in mind that the binder with the class and waiting lists is only accessible to workshop committee members at the hall on Thursdays.
Refunds are only issued if the class is full and there are people on the waiting list who want to & are able to attend the class.
Class fees are based on a minimum break-even point. So that we can continue to offer classes, we must have a minimum of 12 students in each class. If we don’t, we cannot cover the cost of the room rental and teacher fee.
We are conscious of the fact that we’re all members of the same guild and whenever possible, we do like to get member’s money back to them if they cannot attend. At the end of the year, when we balance our books, we may be able to consider exceptional circumstances that will allow us to consider other refunds.
Disclaimer: Comox Valley Schoolhouse Quilters cannot be responsible for loss or damage to personal belongings, nor to any injury to attendees of our workshops.
We appreciate your assistance in the smooth running of all our wonderful workshops and hope you enjoy them this year.